An estimated 1 million people are expected to enroll in private health exchanges this year, and, if predictions hold out, that number could grow to 40 million by 2018.

Will these private health exchanges provide the array of coverage options needed? Will they help save employers money? Just who are the major players in the private exchange business, and what differentiates one from the next?

PricewaterhouseCoopers, the Pacific Business Group on Health, the Northeast Business Group on Health and the Midwest Business Group on Health, along with the Employers Health Coalition, recently formed the Private Exchange Evaluation Collaborative to give much-needed, objective assessments of the private-exchange marketplace.

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